Veritas™ Resiliency Platform 2.2 Application Enablement SDK

  • Modified Date: 2017-05-25

Introduction to Application Enablement SDK

The Application Enablement Software Development Kit (SDK) lets you write application scripts to discover and manage the applications in your data center.

The application bundle is in a .tar.gz format that contains a script and related modules that can discover all the instances of a particular type of application in your data center for the supported platforms. The scripts contained in the file are able to start or stop a single instance of that application. The application bundle also contains a bundle.ini file that provides some basic information about the bundle to the Resiliency Platform.

The application bundle can be uploaded on the Resiliency Manager and then deployed on all the managed hosts in your data center. When the applications are discovered and reported on the Resiliency Manager console, you can then organize them into resiliency groups that can be protected and managed as a single entity.

For more information on how to upload the application bundle on the Resiliency Manager, install and enable on hosts, refer to Solutions for Applications guide.

Introduction to Application Enablement SDK

The Application Enablement Software Development Kit (SDK) lets you write application scripts to discover and manage the applications in your data center.

The application bundle is in a .tar.gz format that contains a script and related modules that can discover all the instances of a particular type of application in your data center for the supported platforms. The scripts contained in the file are able to start or stop a single instance of that application. The application bundle also contains a bundle.ini file that provides some basic information about the bundle to the Resiliency Platform.

The application bundle can be uploaded on the Resiliency Manager and then deployed on all the managed hosts in your data center. When the applications are discovered and reported on the Resiliency Manager console, you can then organize them into resiliency groups that can be protected and managed as a single entity.

For more information on how to upload the application bundle on the Resiliency Manager, install and enable on hosts, refer to Solutions for Applications guide.

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